Full-Time Student. And Parent. And Extension Employee. And…
National statistics show that “non-traditional” is increasingly the norm for students across the United States – in just one example, 75 percent of graduate students also work at least 30 hours a week. Over the next few months, we’re highlighting some of our own amazing multi-taskers across CALS.
The Bahamas Sends High-Level Delegation To CALS
Keep your eyes peeled on Monday, October 22 and you might spot them on campus.
“I Was Hooked”: Poultry Science’s Outstanding Young Alumni Winner Zack Lowman
Four years after leaving PDPS with both bachelors and masters degrees plus a Ph.D., it’s easy to see why Lowman was just named one of CALS’ 2018 Outstanding Young Alumni.
Student Spotlight: Poultry Science’s Youngest Senior
With ten scholarships and 92 credit hours at age 18, Coleman Berry is the Prestage Department of Poultry Science’s youngest rising senior.
It’s “Cheep”: Poults (And Future State Fair Contenders) For NC Youth
Last week, parents, teachers, Extension workers and kids from across the state flocked to CALS’ Poultry Teaching Unit to pick up baby turkeys – called “poults” – they hope to raise into prizewinners at the annual NC State Fair.
“Don’t Be Afraid Of The Unknown”: Poultry Science’s Brooke Bartz
Graduate student Brooke Bartz studies the effects of LED lighting on bird behavior and performance — with fascinating results.
Talley-ing Up The Turkey Unit
Thanks to a visionary gift from the Talley family, the newly named Windell and Judy Talley Turkey Education Unit will boast renovations to improve biosecurity, decrease labor costs and boost turkey research productivity.
How To Give A TED Talk: Poultry Science Alum Diego Bohórquez
CALS’ own Diego Bohórquez takes us behind the scenes of one of the most prestigious — and competitive — events in the world.
Outstanding December Graduate: Chandler Keck
At CALS, Chandler Keck found a lot of unexpected twists and turns — and the freedom and opportunity to explore them all. He graduates this December with a double major in animal and poultry sciences.
Taking Poultry Science to the CEO Suite
Poultry Science is more than how to raise a chicken. Professor Kim Livingston and her colleagues have a vision for the department’s future — and one of the cornerstones is this week’s Poultry Science Summer Institute.